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Desperate Attempt of i Girt to Com
The Risk in Reiaiiog Hr Aflti-Monopo-lists
in Session in Chicago Ohio Crops
Nun Yort, July 4. Mrt. Staverand her
two daughter!, both grown, and one an
invalid, occupy an upper mite of apart
tnontu In the alx-atory flat houaa No, 121
Went Eleventh- street. Early tbli inornlnjc
the mother and daughter! were In their
room awaiting the arriyal of aome friend
wbo were to take the Invalid girl to a boi
pltal foi treatment. Huddunly thu girl pot
up from her chair, and laying: "Mamma,
dear, I cannot May In thin room, It I" no
close lot me po for a little air," ran lightly
up the Mail and disappeared through the
attic door. The younger ulster followed
tome time after, apparently not feariiiK
any danger. Aa ahe reached the roof
lie was horrified to are the gii I Hittint; on
the coping, -he called her mother, and a
Hie latter reached the roof the girl bending
down and crttrhlng hold of the cornice with
bcr two handi, nwting lierielf over. The
paved yard was six itorlew below. The
mother, with shriek, runhed forward and
caught th; girl by the arm ust a. she wan
relaxing her grp on the cornice. The
daughter struutlfil violently. "Let mc
go, " she cried, agalu and again. "I want
to die? I want to die!" The mother,
with a atrcnuth that accmed supernatural,
till held the Kirl, although the whole
weight now depended upon the mother's
gratp. Hut the aistcr came to her assist
aoce and both called byilerieally for aid.
K "aavk hkr! hkip! hki.p!"
ranit through all the neighborhood. Some
children In the yard below shrieked, then
came to the window, and, after a brief
look, runhed for the stalra and to the street.
Everybody ibouted for help. A lady In the
apartment below, with a gentleman bealde
her, leaned far out from a window direct
ly under the atruggling girl. But abe could
barely reach ber. She could a-cure a slight
hold upon one of Mis Staver'a ankle, and
this hold she kept at great peraoual danger,
some bat checking the helpless giii'a ef
fort to get free from ber mother'! frantic
grasp. It wm evident to the nhudderlng
spectator! that in a moment the
strength of the women above must
give out, and then the crazed girl
must plunge down to death, carrying with
her by her weight the brave lady below her
and perhapa the mother and aistef. In
this supreme moment of suspense, above
the cries of mother and daughter and on
lookers, the girl shrieked loudly: "Let
me drop; It will be better for me: I want
to go." Tben a young girl rushed on the
roof and gave her feeble aid to the two
ladies, and then a head and shoulders ap
peared through I ho trap-door, and the flint
of the rescuers swung himelf ou the roof.
T n ere was a glad about and then profound
ailence, except for the cries of the maniac.
In an instant he was at
the edge of the roof, and, leaning far
over had his arms about the girl's shoul
ders. A second stalwart man cante to bis
assistance. The mother and slater fill back
faintlug. The two men slowly drew
the struggling girl over the parapet and to
It appears that the girl's mother had de
termined to send her to a charity hos
pital on account of melancholy w&lch
was fast developing violent insanity,
and the girl, rather than become sepa
rated from her familv, determined upon su
icide. Plana of the Antl-Monopollata,
Chicago, July 4. The Anti-Monopoly
Convention mot in MuCormack's Hall,
this morning, and was called to order at 10
o'clock. At the Palmer House, General
Weaver, the head of the Greenback party,
said to a reporter; "This autlou of this
convention will determine whether a iinlyn
of Interests between the Anll-Monoply
Greenback parties in possible. The strength
ef our party is increasing, and we will
certainly have au Independent ticket In
the field lu Iowa, this Fall. Our hopes
of ultimate succcaa depend upon the
making up ot one or the other of
the old parties. I can say nothing In re
gard to our union with the Anti-Monopolists
until their principals are fully da
The anti-monopoly delegates are largely
men who have not heretofore been promi
nent In politics, tho principal exception!
being those from Kansas and
Nebraska. It Is feared by many that no
united action can bo bad, nor the Jarring
element combined. Pennls Kearney is on
hand, and for an antl-monopolist has au
odd plank. He objects to the railways
making any reductions, because If they do,
they cannot afford to pay as high wagea.
Brethren of a cynical turn of mind aro
wondering what corporation he represent
In tho convention and how much he Is paid.
The call for the convention, aued In
January lat, sets forth Unit It Is fur the
purpose of organizing a now political
party to cspouso tho causo of legitimate
Industry In tho Irresponsible conflict al
ready entered upon between the confed.
crated monopolies ami the people," i,m he
aftorwarda goe Into nil sorts of political
theories new ways of electing tho Prcsl
dent, changes In thu form of government
antl a nuiubttr of oiher plans that took
much molt) like tho airy theories of un
worldly philosophers than of men who
know the world they live lu.
NolrileiV Monument Dedicated.
DlKMlNUUAM, I'OUII., Jyjly 4, All th
visiting organizations of tho 0. A. It, ar
rived by a little aftir 10 o'clock and were
met by tho Biimliigham companies. The
procession formed al the railroad Junction,
and, to tho music of three or four bands,
marched utid countermarched through
the town to the green, vyiere tho cere
mony of dedicating tho aoldloiV monu
ment was performed. After the exer
cltet at tho green the conjnles marched
to the two principal liSka for their
Fourth ot July dinners. Pliewuiis this
CURO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
A nt-r' AMaalt,
J'rw Tork, July 4.John Petert,
ored tramp, wu brought to lie Jail at
White Plain! by Deputy Sheriff Htllock
last evening. Tho prtvooer was recently
hired by Mr. Seymour to work al a farm
hand, and on Monday evening, In the ab
sence of the family, be entered the kitchen
and made a sudden rush at the servant girl,
kuocktng ber down and threatening hei lit
If the made any leslsUnee to bis attempt at
assault. The girl gained ber feet, when
be seized a large carving-knife
from a table and made several mur
derous attemrts to kill her. She,
however, escaped and located herself In a
room. The negro threatened to murder
Mr. William Seymour and bis family when
they returned, but the girl, by ber out
cries, brought help from neighboring
house, mid the desperate man, after aome
resistance, was taken into custody, lie
was plueed In a cellar adlolnlng that of
Samuel Benton and la the same room with
Hoffman and Mangano. He resembles In
some respects the description of the negro
who Is said to have assaulted Miss
rop Proaperla la Ohio.
Coi.uMiscn, 0.,July 4. Th Ohio itate
board of equillzation will not twtue the Juty
crop report till the wheat li harvested
throughout the state, about July 30, but
Secretary Chamberlain, acting as state sta
tistical agent, torday sends the following es
timates to the Cnltcd Stales department of
agriculture at Washington, based on reports
from one correspondent in each county In
the state. The corn acreage compared with
the full average area Is 100 per cent., com
pared with the full average erca, 103 per
The condition is 8.'l per cent. For wheat
the probable total Is 22,300,000 bushels,
which Is fifty-seven per cent of an average
crop, and about fiffy per cent, of last year's
crops. For rye the condition is 82. oat 98.
barley 8fi, clover OS, timiuby 100, pastures
107. orchard 54, vineyards K2, Means, area
102, condition 07. Tobacco, area 05. con
dition OS. Potatoes, areat 100, condition
106. Sweet potatoes, area 04, condition 05.
Sorghum, area 9.', condition M.
The Major Acknowledges Her h be His
Child- Her Recent Visit to St. Louis.
WASnixr.TO.v, July 4. "I am very
much afraid that Mrs. Hush la my daughter
Hlanche," said Major Melbourne to your
correspondent to day. "We have been
reading the various articles published about
her, and. taking all the circumstances into
consideration, I am strongly impressed
with tbem." He continued: "You see
she speaks of my relatives and of my birth
place and surroundings, giving nuuiei and
circumstances, so that it Is difficult to un
derstand how she ci be any other. Yet It
Is bard, on the other hand, to understand
how she could have written from Paris
April 13 and arrived In Milwaukee at th
time she is aaid to have come there."
"Do you suppose tbat she la married to
so old a gentleman a represented?"
"No, I believe that she Is married to bcr
St. Louis admirer, who went abroad Just
after she did. lie was an ardent admirer
of bcr' and wanted to'raarry her. U wan
understood that he weot abroad with tbat
hope. I sec that in her Interview she refers
to the two pet dogi. Well, that is very
plain to me. 1 believe that young man who
Is reuorted with bei Is tier admirer and
that they are married. She refers to him
si bcr brother. She has no brother. I
hope that this is not my daughter, but I
fear that she is. She bail a bad fall from a
window In St. Louis some years ago, and
lay for a long time at the point of death.
The injuries to her head were nearly fatal.
It was thought for a time that her skull was
fractured. The doctor said, after ahe re
covered, that It anight trouble bcr and pos
sibly affect her mind. If this Is my Blanche
I believe tbat is the cause of ber strange
conduct. I wish you would lay, and tbat
all the paoers would say, tbat we are anx
ious to know where she Is aud earnestly
desire to have her return to her home wher
ever she may be. As for the stories about
any improper relations with Sartorls, I
cantmt believe them. She was alwaya a
good daughter and her mother a noble
Christian woman," and tho old man'i
voice trembled as be turned away to conceal
the tears that came quickly to bis eyes.
SHE WAS I.V ST. LOUIS.
Sr. Lolis. July 4. There seeming to be
still some little question ai to whether the
Mrs. Bush, wbo registered at the Lin
dell Hotel June 12, and left that hospitable
hostelry Juno 21, wiu identified with Miss
Illauthc Melbourne, a Post-Dispatch re
porter was sent to that hotel this morning
with Instructions to satisfactorily establish
the Identity between tho two ladies. The
reporter mot Major Edward Bhassalng, one
of the clerks ot the hotel, who laid that be
wa perfectly satisfied regarding the ques
tion at Issue. In explanation of blssatll
faction be said:
"Upon the evening that Mn. Bush
registered at tho Lludell Hotel I met ber
accidentally at tho ladles' parlor a few
minutes after she had registered. She
seemed to bo very glad to boo me, called ml
by name, and, referring to the uumber of
her room and making other allusions to her
frevlous resldenco nt tho hotel, recalled
hersef to my mind ai tho Miss
Melbourne, who had been a previous guest
of the hotel. My recognition of her both
as the Slits Melbourne who was here pre
viously and as the Mrs. Buih who regis
tered here June 12 and left on the !lst was
perfect. They were one and the same per
son, and there la no doubt of It,
A reporter also bad a talk with a lady
operator of the Western Unlou Jn the ho
tel, who said:
"I remember woll that Mrs. Bush when
she was hero Inst mouth sent a telegram to
a Mr. Algernon something I feci cor tain
that It was Sartorls about something; I
forgot what It was, though."
"You remember that It was AlgernM
something. What place was It tof"
'Green Bay, Wisconsin,"
Tbat settled it.
C'ontsl do t'bambord No Belter.
Pahis, July 4. Tho doctor It attend
ance on the Count do Cbttmbord had soma
bopei that the very dangerous symptoms of
tho malady mlgbt bo relieved by a surgical
operation, but last midnight this was
abandoned on account of bk extreme weak
ness. The last hope li therefore abandoned.
A pilgrimage composed ef a largo uumber
of LtgiilmlsU from different parts of Eu
rope ba gone to the sbrlne of fit, Mary, lu
Nareni9ll, near Venice, to offer up prayer
air ktU rwvrj.
M0RNINGT JULY 5.
A nM rstarta ha M. Loul.
St. Louis, July 4. It alway mms hot
ter od the Fourd. f July than on any other
day of the yar. Ptroapa tat U oa account
of i be stir and buazle that prevail! on every
bund. To-day, however, wa moat offen
lvcly hot, and the mercury at aa early hour
this morning showed a disposition to
eclipse Its record of Monday and Tuesday.
The drinking resorts were almost departed,
and the demand for lemonade and clatrot
only served to pay running expenses. The
usual holiday gathering at th postofttce wa
far from Urge. Light linen and seersucker
clothing was the rule. Necktie aud oollars
were at a discount, and fans at a premium.
Pedestrians and street cars moved very
slow si.bedule time. There was almost an
absence of a breeze, aud the atmosphere
was very close. At the city
dispensary a case of prostration by
the best was brought In at ten
o'clock. Frank Brown, a plumber and gas
Utter, employed at Fourth and Waluut
streets, while sitting tn front of bis board
ing honse at Seventeenth and St. Charles
streets, toppled over. He wa taken to the
dispensary In an ambulance aud subjected
to the cold water cure. By uoonjlie was
brought around all right, and lay on bia
wire cot, very cool and weak.
The SUn'S beat Was tllUJUic. and Dea-
sebl's thermometer iuilioaled 95s at ten
o'clock. Aloe'a thermometer, sheltered
fioin reflected heat, indicated at eight a. m.
Njo, at ( .,e a. m. K59, ut ten a, in. 67,
at eleven a. in. HO', and at noon 01s .
Many years have elapsed siuce the day
was so largely celebrated by river excur
sions. Six steamers left the port, all
crowded and three ot the boats are very
largo. There were certainly over 4,000
persons on all the boats combined. The
boat K. Line ban bad a barge la tow which
bad fully IV) persons. The Bald and
Spread Eagles mid over 700 tickets snd
every purchaser used bis ticket. The
Couteau was black with people and
bcr capacity is two thousand and five
hundred The Colorado had two
barges loaded with national Americans for
Sulphur Springs, and ber trip oaunot be
reckoned at less than 1,000 persons. An
hour or two detention wa suffered by the
Colorado occasioned by some contemptible
thief taking a manhead off one of the boil
ers. Commodore Maoloo luckily fauud a
fac simile and had It placed in position in
abort order. It would bav been a sorry
Fourth for tbe culprit had he been found
out. Everyone appeared in a good humor
and uo further accident of note happened.
Tho Fonrth la the Peultentlary.
Jkkkeksox CriY, July 4. To-day be
ing a national holiday, tbe convict at the
Penitentiary were given the liberty ot tbe
yard, where they were allowed to engage In
all kinds of grimes and amusement aud en
Joy themselves to the best of tbelr ability
under tbe circumstances. An excellent din
ner was also sorved them by the warden. It
has been a custom for a uumber of years
for the governor to pardon one or more
couvlcta on national holidays, where
the same have been favorably lecommenil
ed by the warden, in accordance there
with the governor Nsued pardons to-day us
Edward L. Titcomb, who was sentenced
ut the Xoveuiber, 1H72, term of the Bu
chanan County Circuit Court for twenty
' Tears' imprisonment, for murder In tbe
second degree; and W. J. Canllax, ae.n
tenced from Tanev county, in September,
1874, to Imprisonment for life, for murder
in tbe second degree.
St. Louis, July 4. A' leatt S.-V 0 people
witnessed tbe game between tbe St. Louis
club and the AMeghenle of P itaburg, at
Sportsman's park this morning. The Al
legheny club had come almost from the
train to tbe grounds, and they looked tired
and weary. Game was announced for 9:30
a. m., but it was delayed by Tom Mansell,
the new player fur the St. IxiuU club, who
bad missed hi way to the grounds.
1'be contest oa the whole was very Inter
esting. Hodnctt pitched a good game, aud
the rest of tbe nine played good ball. Man
sell being very good at tho stick and In the
field. ForPitUhurg Mike Mansell' left
left field play and Dlokersou's.battin were
the features. The score stood as follows:
12 3 458780
St. Louis 1 0 0 0 0 4 2 8
Allegheuies 10000 100 04
Nrw York, July 4. Samuel J. Tllden
must have smiled mournfuMy when he
read Henri Wattersou'i trlbuU to the ro
but-tnos ofbU frame Mr. Tllden Is uot
really so vigorous us the village blacksmith.
He Is partly paralyzed and needs tbe con
stant intention of one, and often of two val
ets. He is assisted up and down stairs, Is
dressed arid la fed. It Is uot often that be
speaks above a whisper. His mind is clear
as ever but physically be la a wrk. Ha
may live ten years or he may dio
to-iiiirrow. Ho is not a can
didate for Ihe Presidency nor anything
Tbe Fourth In Aautn Fe.
Santa He, N. M., July 4. Train from
the east and west brought over 1,000
strangers to the city yesterday, and over
S.otHi ei trances were recorded at the gutei
of the Tcrtlo-Millennial Exhibition. The
Fourth of July obseifancrs to-day are a
grand succcs. A national sal u to of thirty-eight
guns was fired at stiniiso tils
morning, and then tho procession formed
and marched to the exhibition grounds,
where aildn sses In English and Spanish
were delivered. The competitive drill li
now going on. To-night there will bs a
grand exhibition of fireworks.
Cincinnati, July 4 Hire this morning
at No. 128 Main street deitroyed Ihe shoe
factory of Kruse, Vuupol & Co., aud
damaged, by water, the stock of tho cigar
factory of Ullmau, prolfu A Co., on
the lower floors. Total loss, $12,000; tn
surod. AUCIIBISItOP PURI'KI.L.
A Times-Star special from Weatboro, O.,
says: Archbishop Purcell, thought to be
dying yesterday afternoon, rallied during
the night and regained consciousness this
Tho oanto al Fori Wajate.
Ft. Waynk, Ind., July 4,-Qulncy and
Ft. Wayne forenoon game: Qulucy falling
touppear, Umpire Morrlssey decldod the
game 9 to Out favor ot Ft. Wayne. Sore-
tary Morton, of the North estorn
league, on the around, sustained the do-
oMou, a also a tiiullar g auto oa the Mtvad
Shi Concluded to Wed tho Mm Who
Saved Hr Life,
Wasuinoto.v, July 4. Tho Rev. T. D.
Power, Garfield' old paitor, m aerie Mia
Charlotte Crabtree and Mr. O. Edwin
Huss, last evening, at tbe residence of a
friend. A prominent southern democratlo
congressmau, who knows them both, aayt
tbat Miss Crabtree wa not any one else be
side Lotta, and tbat Mr. Huts Is a good fel
low, wbo will make ber a good hutbaad.
At the house where tbe wedding was said
to have takuu taken place, tbe lady wbo
opened the door admitted that a wedding
between the parties named had occurred,
but when asked whether the bride's name
was "Lotta," said she had mtulng more
to say. Inquiry at the Arlington, where
the bride and groom were said to have
spent the night, preparatory to leaving for
Europe to-day, revealed the fact that a gen
tleman and lady the lady resembling Lotta
arrived tbero last night and regis
tered aa Mr. and Mr. Steininoti of
New Mexico. Tbe doubt entertained about
the story or the wedding grow out of the
belief that Lotta Is In Europe, where ahe
sailed recently. Still, she 1 said to have
Huss is a handsome, fair-haired English
man, who recently Inherited $150,000. He
is a graduate of the Annapolis Naval
Academy. He has been a theatrical man
ager in a small way. He saved Lotta's Ufa
on Lake George some time ago. She gave
blm a medal for it, and fell in love with
him. He was tben In love with a Washing
ton girl, who will to-morrow marry a Con
necticut man. He afterward turned to
Lotta, to goes the story.
Two Children ou a I.onar Jonrnej
Indianapolis, July 4. In tbe New
York sleeper of tho east-bound Vandalla
train tbia evening there were two little girls
tbat, but for the tag hanging from their
necks by blue ribbons, would have attract
ed no attention at all. Each tag gave the
name of the wearer written in German,
their starting place and their intended des
tination. Tbelr namei are Ida and Agnes
Lueukist, aged respectively eight and six
years. They came from Central City,
Colorado, and are bound for Hamburg,
Germany, accompanied by no one, but are
plentifully supplied with money, letter of
Introduction and Instructions a to bow they
shall be treated en route, Ida, a very
small child V her age but remarkably
self-possessed and bright, said tbat tbelr
mother died In Central City, Col., some
time since; that their father Is still living
there, but unable to rear and educnte bis
daughters, and tbat they are on il.oir way
to tbelr grand-parente in IJamburir, Ger
many, where they expect to live. They In
tend to make the entire Journey unattend
ed, and seemed well pleased at being alone.
Tbe letter of Instructions to conductors
places special stress ou the necessity
ot watching the girls' bablta, and
prohibits them eating anything be
tween tho regular meals or drinking
such water. They carried with
them a well-filled luuch bawket and money
to pay for one meal a day while on the
Journey, also the neoeawary amount for
sleeping berths to New Ya. Atisew lorn,
tney arc to lie taken in charge by tbe Ger
man society of that city aud given steam
ship passage to Hamburg. Tbat these Hole
girls can make such a trip unattended with
perfect safety Is the best proof of tbe per
fection of American means of travel, aa
compared with tbat of any other country on
Xess V--1, IVea 1'omsssenl.
Nkw Yokk, July 4. The Times says:
"There can be no stronger proof tbat In a
reunited nation the wound of the war of
the rebellion have bueu healed than the fra
ternal meetings of the veteran soldiers of
botji armlei and the voluntary restoration
of trophies won in bard fought battles.
The survivors of the battles of Wllsou'i
creek, tho blue and tbo gray, are to hold a
reunion at Springfield, Mo., next mouth,
and the people of tbe southwestern part of
that state promise to give them hearty
welcome. For three days these scarred
warriors who last met each other at th
point of the bayonet will peacefully fight
their battles o'er again ami tell tho stories
of gallantry, courage and daring achieve
ment that can never crow old In the mind of
The Herald says: "Why should Juot
Gen. Crook be given entire control of the
Indians in Arizona snd New Mexico? We
do not mean that be shall bo made an Indian
ngciit, but is thcro any Just obstacle to hi
Laving suuh control of tho agcuules In the
two territories as would Insure his policy
being carried out? What la wanted Is peace.
Gen. Crook has shown that ho knows bow
to maintain peace, and no one else ha been
able to do that."
Mrs, Katherine Chase, formerly Mr.
prtkyjiu. has gone to Kurope for the mm
mer. Haitian will bo Induced to make Chicago
his home, l'addy Ryan has already
conscif.cd to live and sell whiskey lu
The Chicago Times confusedly remark
that tho Hrl Ish iou-liilaw ef tho old com
mander seems to have been engaged In
Tbo superintendent of the Nebraska City
public schools I Mrs. M. M. Munger.
According to the New Orleaus l'lcaynne
if tho teeth are good tbe mouth may be
wore upon with the poke bount.
After securing tbe sradle In which he wa
rocked as a baby, McCortnlck, the reaper
man, Is having a wild hunt made for the
crsdle with which as a young man, be cut
wheat down In old 'Virginia.
Victor Hugo, who Is now bale old man,
rides every afternoon on the top of an om
nibus through l'arls. He likes to view tbe
city and to chat with follow-paangen,
After a married life of sixty-seven year
Amelia Sanford, of MMIodgevllle, Oa., died
recently at the age ot eighty-eight. Her
husband 1 nine-two.
Aaron Stevenson, ef Green Hill, IneVt
wa nloety-alx year of age, aad Hood
alone. A he wa preoaiing hi dinner
recently his half-witter brother, wbo U
eventy-fivo years old, etoio In upon Mm
nd Willi an axe, sevaVed bl head Iroel M
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